TO TUE EDITOR. Sir,—Permit me to contradict the wording of tire police report in your last night’s issue—in which it was stated that I am charged with selling beer without a license. I certainly think someone is at fault in making such a charge against me. As I am the holder of a bottle license, I considered myself justified in selling what I bottled myself, so long as I complied with the Act, which I am not aware that I have infringed. By inserting the above you will oblige.—l am, etc., Harris Fkieduch.
Dunedin, August 2. [The phrase objected to is copied literally from the charge sheet.—EJ. E.S.]
Bertha : " This is the very day to a;.-k papa’s consent, Arthur.” Arthur: “Why? Is he in a good humor ?” Bertha : “No ; lie’s frantic over my dressmaker’s bill, and will let you take mo off his hands at once.”
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AN EXPLANATION., Evening Star, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889
AN EXPLANATION. Evening Star, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889
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